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Good Vibrations

Drama based on a true story.

Belfast punk impresario Terri Hooley becomes the unlikely leader of a motley band of kids and punks, who join him in his mission to bring his city back to life.

1 hour, 34 minutes

Last on

Sun 24 May 2020 22:30

Music Played

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • Hank Williams & Lee Thomas

    I Saw the Light

  • Winston Holness

    Blood and Fire

    Performer: Niney the Observer.
  • The Animals


  • The Shangri‐Las

    Past, Present and Future

  • Johnny “Guitar” Watson

    Gangster of Love

  • Small Faces

    Tin Soldier

  • Martin Cowan

    You're a Disease

    Performer: Cathal Cully. Performer: Danny Todd. Performer: Keith Winter.
  • Lee “Scratch” Perry & Ernest Wilson

    Freedom Train

  • Rudi

    Big Time

  • Cathal Cully, Danny Todd & Keith Winter


  • Woody Jackson

    Pear Shaped

  • Hopeton Lewis

    Sounds and Pressure

  • The Saints

    This Perfect Day

  • Rudi

    I Spy

  • Stiff Little Fingers

    Gotta Get Away

  • Michael Yonkers

    Don't Wait Until Tomorrow

  • The Undertones

    Stronger Than You

  • Ram and Sel

    Love You (aka Screw You)

  • Rudi

    The Pressure's On

  • Suicide

    Dream Baby Dream

  • Jason Falkner

    The Top

  • Phil Spector

    To Know Him Is to Love Him

    Performer: The Langley Schools Music Project.
  • The Shangri‐Las

    I Can Never Go Home Again

  • Jason Falkner

    Perfect Crime

  • Stiff Little Fingers

    Alternative Ulster

  • The Outcasts

    Just Another Teenage Rebel

  • Richard Dormer

    Laugh at Me

  • Bert Jansch


  • David Bowie


  • The Outcasts

    Self Conscious Over You


Role Contributor
Terri Hooley Richard Dormer
Ruth Jodie Whittaker
Dave Michael Colgan
Davy Liam Cunningham
Pat Dylan Moran
Greg Mark Ryder
Andy Adrian Dunbar
Fergal Sharky Kerr Logan
Director Glenn Leyburn
Director Lisa Barros D'Sa
Writer Glenn Patterson
Writer Colin Carberry
Producer Chris Martin


  • Sat 7 Mar 2015 22:30
  • Sat 7 Mar 2015 23:00
  • Sun 24 May 2020 22:30